The N connector is a type of coaxial connector that is widely used in the field of radio frequency (RF) technology. Also, known as Type-N connector or N type connector. It is a threaded connector that provides a secure and reliable connection for RF applications. The N connector has been around since the 1940s and has undergone several improvements and modifications over the years. The N connectors also are known as Type-N Connector. The N male connector is typically used to connect an antenna or other RF device to a coaxial cable.The N female connector is commonly used as a panel-mount connector and is often found on RF equipment such as radios, transmitters, and amplifiers.
The N connector has several advantages over other types of coaxial connectors. It has a low loss, which means that it can transmit RF signals with minimal attenuation. It also has a high power handling capability, which makes it ideal for high-power applications. Additionally, the N connector is weather-resistant and can withstand exposure to the elements, making it ideal for outdoor use.
The type N connector is an essential component in the field of RF technology. It is a reliable and secure connector that is used in a wide range of applications, from connecting antennas to coaxial cables to panel-mounting RF equipment.There are several types of N connectors, including the N male connector, N female connector, N type bulkhead connector, and N connector antenna. Each type of N connector has its own unique features and applications, and it is important to choose the right connector for your specific needs. Whether you are building a Wi-Fi network or designing a cellular base station, the N connector is a versatile and essential component that can help you achieve your goals.
|Frequency Range||DC - 11 GHz|
|Return loss||≥ 26 dB Typical|
|Insertion loss||≤0.1 dB x √f GHz|
|Voltage Rating||500 Volts RMS Continuous|
|Dielectric Withstanding Voltage||1500 VRMS Max|
|Insulation Resistance||≥ 5000 MΩ Min|
|Center Contact Resistance||≤1 mΩ Max|
|Outer Contact Resistance||≤4 mΩ Max|
|RF Leakage||-90 dB Max (DC-3GHz)|
|Passive Intermodulation (PIM)||-166 dBc with 2 X 43 dBm inputs|
|Power Handling||300 W @ 10 GHz @ 25ºC|
|Temperature Range||−65°C to +165°C|
|Thermal Shock||MIL-STD-202, Method 107 (Test Condition B)|
|Corrosion||MIL-STD-202, Method 101 (Test Condition B)|
|Vibration||MIL-STD-202, Method 204 (Test Condition B)|
|Mechanical Shock||MIL-STD-202, Method 213 (Test Condition I)|
|Moisture Resistance||MIL-STD-202, Method 106|
|Altitude||MIL-STD-202 Method 105 (Test Condition C)|
|Mating Cycles||500 Min|
|Interface Specification||MIL-STD-348, IEC 61169-16, MIL-PRF-39012, CECC 22210|
|Mating Torque||0.7 Nm to 1.1 Nm|